Deger Ozkaramanli

Design methods: dilemma-driven design

Design methods, particularly dilemma-driven design, can help develop human-centred and value-based technologies for women's health. This method is being explored in evaluating existing breast cancer screening technologies from the perspective of patients (see the profile of Silas Denz, who is carrying out a master-level graduation project on this topic that I supervise). I am currently seeking collaboration opportunities and funding calls to implement related research ideas in a larger project.

“Enhancing the promise of design (as a discipline and a profession) in creating human-centred and value-based technologies for women's health.”
Dr. Deger Ozkaramanli

Contact

dr. D. Ozkaramanli - Leerkes (Deger)
Assistant Professor